The three noble gaseous podcasters reveal that the seventh period of the periodic table has been filled with four new elements, and their names are almost UN-comprehensible. Some scientist fired protons at a wall for five years to create an element that lasted less than one-thousandth of a second. Raj throws shade at tainted drinking […]Read more "Modern Alchemy: Why Are We Making New Elements?"
The polls are in and the three podcast pundits spin some behavioral results that reveal conservatives are more negative than liberals. Brain studies show why conservatives are unempathetic scared-y cats who love puns. Raj explains how right wing cavemen (not women) had an evolutionary advantage, Jono accuses vegans of being fascist, and Joe wants to […]Read more "Ep. 57 Grand Old Party-Poopers (Conservatives are more negative / liberals are more…liberal)"
“Everyone has a plan until they get punched in the face.” -Mike Tyson Get this through your thickened skull: human faces evolved to take a punch! Human facial bone structure developed “protective buttressing” which is the wussiest way to describe the effects of fist fights. The three podcast pansies discuss how they have never been […]Read more "Ep #47 – Punch Drunk Face"
The three stargazers welcome their first guest and bonafide physics writer Calla Cofield (Space.com) to talk about the identification of earth-like planets 14,000 light years away. Calla discusses Kepler 452b and its prospects as a habitable planet, Raj confesses he wrote angsty sci-fi short stories as a youth, Jono Skypes in from outer space to […]Read more "Ep #46 – Goldilocks and The Three Planets (Identification of Kepler 452B)"
The three popcorn-heads evaluate the “science” in The Theory of Everything in another BONUS movie review episode. SPOILER ALERT: Raj and Jono are uptight about the ease with which Stephen Hawking defended his PhD. Joe realizes that Hawking had mad game, and everyone was in disbelief that a nerd with no personality could be such […]Read more "Ep #45 – BONUS Movie Review: Theory of Not Much Science"
The three man-splainers discover the difference between hearing and listening, as men neurologically process women’s voices differently. Raj digs himself a hole by talking about the science of women during their time of the month. Joe doesn’t listen because he has a low dominant voice, and Jono is convinced he’s the deepest. Listen right here, […]Read more "Episode 38 – “Think Like a Woman, Talk Like a Man”"